Opinion: Keeping F-35, Bomber Contractors’ Feet To The Fire

Credit: USAF Airman 1st Class Joshua Kleinholz
Economists have long extolled the power of competition to deliver the best products at the lowest prices. Sadly, competition is often lacking in major military aircraft procurements. Indeed, the contractors for the largest U.S. combat aircraft programs over the next two decades—the F-35 Joint Strike...

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